The suspect, Antoine Henry, was taken into custody without incident earlier this week, Marysville police Cmdr. Robb Lamoureux said Wednesday.
Investigators want to bring Henry back to Snohomish County to face charges, but it's not clear whether he'll fight extradition, Lamoureux said.
Police allege that Henry was the gunman in a Sept. 8 assault in the 200 block of Second Street.
Multiple shots were fired, and one struck a 25-year-old Kent man in the stomach. The victim was airlifted to a Seattle hospital and survived.
Bullets also struck vehicles and houses in the area.
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